A portfolio of previous music video, cinema, experimental and documentary work. Circa 2014
Nnamdi and Falinda speak on vulnerablility.
'Two Minutes' is a documentation experiment where interviewees are taken to a secret location and asked to record themselves while contemplating their dreams.
An interview with Richard "Nozinja" Mthetwa describes the electrifying new music currently spreading through South Africa. Wills Glasspiegel reports.
Editing, Co-Producing Circa 2010
Music Video featuring rapper/hiphop artist Rasheed Jamal and dancer, Jean Francois Denagnon filmed in the Pacicfic Northwest, Portland, OR.
Trailer for 'Two Minutes': A documentation experiment where interviewees are taken to a secret location and asked to record themselves while contemplating their dreams.
"I just want to be known as anonymous"
Video portraits are moving images seeking to capture the essence of an individual. For more visit: http://www.kabioto.com/video-portraits/
Child Genius, Aisha Abioto, experiments and conducts research to find what it means to be free. Awarded Honorable mention from The Freedom Center and Apple Inc. Circa 2007
A native of Memphis, TN; Kalimah Abioto began playing the drums at 3, writing in elementary school and makings films in high school centered around dreams, sexuality and the nexus between Black people, humans, freedom and the natural-spirit worlds. She received her BA in film and video from Hollins University and is a co-creator, along with her four sisters of The People Could Fly Project, a multimedia project documenting the dreams and stories of people in the African Diaspora. Kalimah has worked with different artists and groups including Afropop Worldwide, Holy Mojo, The Black Portlanders, Spirit Law Center, Diamond Law, and others that value life force.